A wind-tunnel investigation was made of the noise characteristics of a 14.5-ft semispan, externally blown jet flap model. The model was equipped with a single 30-in. diameter, ducted fan with a 1.03 pressure ratio. The effects of flap size, fan vertical location, and forward speed on the noise characteristics were studied. With the ducted fan mounted 0.79 or 1.24 diameters below the wing and a flap chord greater than 50 percent, the peak perceived noise level increased 2 to 3 Pndb when the flap was deflected to 90 deg. The jet scrubbing noise increase 3 to 4 db when the flap was deflected 90 deg. Installation of the fan on the wing was responsible for 1 to 2 db of this change. Forward speed did not have a significant effect on the perceived noise level, although it did cause a reduction in the sound pressure levels of the first and second fan harmonics.